BMC 314 Course Information

Biomolecular Chemistry 314 is a three-credit introductory human biochemistry course designed for students interested in entering a variety of health professions. The course starts with a brief introduction on the principles of organic chemistry essential to understanding of biochemistry. It then surveys the structure and function of enzymes and other biomolecules, metabolic utilization of foods from the diet, energy metabolism, fundamentals of gene expression, biochemical aspects of hormonal control, blood chemistry and biochemical diseases. Currently only being offered in the Summer semester M-R: Taught by Mike Sheets, Tom Neal, Melissa Harrison, Gina Schuster and Graduate Student TAs. (Mike Sheets Course Director).

Summer 2014 Syllabus

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